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specifically for people who might be interested, for example, the percentage of asian pacific islander households in the 0-50 ami is 52% city. african-american households, in the 0-50% ami and rental units it's about 12%. latino hispanic families, 14% citywide, about 20% in our rental units. the one ethnicity that is somewhat underrepresented is white. so that is about 39% citywide and 0-50 ami, and just about 14%. n our in our rental units. we don't have race and ethnicity for every single units. we have tried to collect it over the past five, six years. alt least it's a snapshot of our units. the number of households of color are overrepresented in the ownership, but the distribution is different than the rental side. on the ownership the number of asian families is a significant increase over the number of ami households would be in the 50-95% ami range. for that population, although asian-pacific islanders households comprise 28% of the 50-80 ami, they compose 60% of people that are in the ownership pool. african-americans are underrepresented, as are latino and hispanic families.
statewide celebration and recognition of asian-pacific islander american heritage month. this event is hosted by the mayor. i will tell you a little bit more. it is a non-profit, non- partisan. since 2001, our focus has been on educating the public on public policy. and fostering the future leaders from our minority communities to serve at federal, state, and local levels. the mission is to empower patients and pacific islander americans in civic and public affairs to education, active participation, and leadership development. >> civic engagement, leadership development, and community servthe theme of tonight's evens a celebration of the achievements and accomplishments of asian-americans in the state of california and our nation. >> ok'ing. -- ok. i would like to introduce our host for this evening. very well known as the first asian-american mayor in san francisco history. mayor lee championed balancing the budget to keep san francisco safe, solvents, and successful. he reformed city pensions. his focus is on economic development, job creation, and building san francisco's future
props and recognition to some of the asian pacific islander communities like [name?] andsure coach yes, i amia who was also a great frequent friend of his as well and filipino labor leaders like larry [name?] and phillip vera cruz to hey had a aian leaders and many others from our history of struggle in the asian and pacific islanderrer community but it was a wonderful program and congratulations to the hero's program and i also p wanted to say that tomorrow another asian and pacific islander event is coming up and dean frank louis from hastings college of law has invites us to the reenactment of the major civil right case of modern europe for asian americaing were a young chinese america man was beaten to dealt by two unemployed auto workers in front of a mc donald restaurant in 1982 and this became spark how many of us became - and is so there will be a reenactment at hastings at 6:00 o'clock tomorrow and it will be really convened by dean frank lieu and many of the hastings law student and faculty as well so please join us. and i also p want to say the mayor of oakland i can't even
-risk populations in our city. for hepatitis b, that would be the asian pacific islander population. for hepatitis c that would be our baby boomers as well as iv drug users and then also african-american population. and then the second study is also -- it's looking at hepatitis b specifically and it's testing, screening, and looking to care for those chronically infected with hepatitis b and the target population is foreign born asian pacific islanders. >> okay, thank you very much. >> sure. >> supervisor mar? >> i'd like to open up to public comment. there are any members of the public that would wish to comment on items numbers 1 or 2. seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor mar. * >> i wanted to ask dr. sanchez, i know there is a very broad and strong help b free coalition and within the baby boomer population, which i'm a part as well * , i'm just wondering is there a similar coalition that works on hep b as well? >> yes, there is a hepatitis c task force that was convened by the previous mayor and we meet and try to appropriately target those high-risk population, the iv drug user and
only. as being either hispanic or pacific islander. police are also looking into a possible connection with a recent car-jacking in the area. a 22-year-old man has been charged in the texas campus shooting. that left him and two others wounded. carlton berry is charged with aggravated assault. he remains hospitalized tonight. investigators say a fight between two people escalated and that's when shots were fired. a maintenance man was caught in the crossfire. the other victim has not been identified. fortunately -- no died in the shooting. >> jacqueline: of still, temperatures showing these clouds impacting our rainfall offshore. this flume of moisture to the south. and this system to the north. we will time it out on futurecast and talking about a potential wet weekend, coming up. >> pam: sprinklers malfunctioned in the doyle drive tunnel this morning. coming up. the overnight work affecting late night commuters driving through. plus -- security cameras caught the heart stopping moment when a woman fainted and fell onto the tracks. >> coming up later in this broadcast this tthe super
inmates. it is hispanic, pacific islanders, white, native americans, it is everybody. when they leave that room, they go back to their communities that are segregated. they, too, do not like it. it is a barrier that has to be torn down. i know it works. being in there for the last four years, we make it a point that everybody mixes up, even the seating. you do not just sit with a black person or a white person. it is about all of us, or none of us, and that is the bottom line. it has to be that mentality. >> it is a way to control the prisoners. it takes the pressure off the guards and everybody else. they say we want to stop violence, but you promote a violence by segregating. when an individual comes, the first in the asking, where are you from? what is your nationality? that is how to divide and conquer. that is the way the united states is made up. that is how you work. north and south vietnam, for instance. they divide people so that the pressure will not be on them. that is how i see the system.
in cooperation with them so the police department and the asian pacific islander outreach, we want to work with them providing available assistance to them for crime victims of human trafficking residing in san francisco. we will do the investigation, they will do the support and outreach to them to get them out of that and preventive services to help them live their life, gain control of their lives again. >> so will the money be used it hire people or train people in this area that are already employees of the department? where are the dollars actually? >> we already have human trafficking unit together under special victims unit. we have two full-time -- we have inspector flores along with officer brian keebler investigating full-time and also have two officers working on a rotation basis right now but we'd like to keep them for a little longer. we're not looking to hire anybody else, we're using the funds to continue doing what we're doing. >> i have to acknowledge this is inspentor antonio flores he's about as senior and capable a investigator for special victims as any place. he is
hispanic or pacific islander. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: a sprinkler snafu inside the doyle drive tunnel in san francisco. let loose a torrent of water. to fall on commuters driving to and from the golden gate bridge. kron 4's maureen kelly spoke to one driver who was caught in the mess and she got answers as to what caused the problem. >> it was almost like going >> reporter: teresa rodriguez williamsom got this dent in the side of her car after losing control herself driving thru a waterfall. >> all of a sudden i got poured on and i had no idea what that just happened. it seemed a smart to put on the brakes but there was a large bottle and i went and sliding in hit the wall. >> reporter: the chp says they were alerted to the malfunction at 9:25. and because the heavy showers in such an unusal place caused poor visablity they had officers on hand to escort traffic thru. they occassionally had to close lanes while standing water was cleared away.causing traffic to back up sporatically. a spokesperon with the presidio parkway projectwhich is overseeing the reconstru
include what you see there. white, black, american indian, alaskan, and pacific islanders -- i don't know how they occur but that's what they are currently. california department of justice is still the same that you see. the fbi is the same as that. what we agreed in the last meeting is that in san francisco we would continue to report race and we are required to report according to the code but we also talked about beginning to use the 19 ethnicities that we have available to us in the sheriff's system. the sheriff had a system that provided 19 ethnicities. we plan to go to that system eventually. we're currently not on it. we do an arrest card and give it to the sheriff and the sheriff enters it for us so essentially we are using their system. they produce the reports i'm going to show you. we worked closely with the sheriff to make this happen and we have the dual reporting report the codes and the ethnicities. as of october last we're we did it and we had to come back together because we were getting ones that said "not entered" and we took care of that so we are now getti
-americans and pacific island here's helped change the course of history by speaking the truth to power. mayor ed lee reminded the audience of the civil rights struggle. >> many things of equality could be self-evident but they're not self-executing. we have to join together to get that one. >> the actor danny glover was an emcee at the event. many of the awards went to people who were outspoken during world war ii but who are no longer alive. those awards were accepted by family members. >>> that black smoke you may have seen this morning over the santa clara valley was the result of a fire at a cupertino cement plant. this morning burning truck equipment and tires were reported a little before 6:00 at the lehi southwest cement plan on the 24000 block. the smoke was seen as far away as 280. the cause is under investigation. this is the same cement plant where a disgruntled employee kill three people and injured seven others. >>> crowds of residents showed up at a safety meeting caught by a local councilmember this afternoon. dozens of people had to wait outside a pizza parlor to hear tips on stemmin
are described only. as being either hispanic or pacific islander. police are also looking into a possible connection with a recent car-jacking in the area. >> if you noticed slick roads while driving thru the doyle drive tunnel today, you didn't imagine it. the sprinklers inside the san francisco tunnel leading to the golden gate bridge, turned on accidentally this morning. an official says, the system was triggered as cal-trans workers were doing routine maintenance. we spoke to one driver who says, she crashed her car after getting surprised by the sudden indoor downpour. >> it was like i was going through a car wash. it was unexpected. all of a sudden, there was water and i hit the brakes and i hit the oil tunnel. it was a shock. a very scary. >> cal-trans engineers fixed the problem, but will have to go back out to the site overnight to reset and re- test the system. late night commuters can expect to find one lane of southbound traffic inside the tunnel. closed from 11 p-m tonight, until 5 a-m tomorrow morning. >> a new concert venue is coming to san francisco's waterfront. the ameri
in the couple's cars. they described the menace latino or pacific islanders and vicious. >> these are very brutal people who would do something like this to 76-year-olds and they are really defense less and this is just a cowardly crime. >> the stolen vehicles are license 5x i and a tan toyota camera license plate 39g60. they want to know if they were behind another carjacking just earlier that day. >>> people want to know what is going on at the local schools thanks to a new alert system. people in the area will be able to receive emergency alerts by text, voicemail or e-mails. alert marin will be launched this saturday through alert marin .org. >>> he is hoping his biological mother will reach out to him. he has become the golden boy leading and his birth mother took care of him for a few weeks before giving him up for adoption. she looked forward to photos his parents would send her. >> you think about it, you don't just forget. >> russo said giving him up was the toughest decision she ever made but as you might guess, she will be cheering for him in the super bowl. >>> sal is now check
honored 16 other asian american and pacific islander civil rights pioneers. >>> we have some new video into the ktvu newsroom of a fatal crash. >> the red and gold well it turns to green. the rush that is on to get just the right set up in time for super bowl sunday. >> and boeing has no time to slow down. why the airplane maker is doubling its order of the 787 dream liner. you in heaven. wrapped in luxury. you in action. you in motion. you in luck. play in style. talking stick resort, scottsdale. book now to enjoy cactus league spring training rates. >>> our coverage of the 49ers quest for a sixth super bowl championship continues now with a live look at san francisco and as you can see, there it is. the team's flag is flying high near the embarcadero. >>> and that red and gold means green for some bay area retailers. >> reporter: today it seems every few minutes people would come in and head back out with a new tv. perhaps it had something to do with next weekend's big game. >> our tv needs upgrading and we thought now would be a good time. we're having a bunch of people over next w
. >> the suspect are described as males, maybe hispanic maybe pacific islanders. police are looking to add connection to the recent carjacking in the area. >> work began on the caldecott tunnel three years ago since then crews have created a 3,000 ft. tunnel. they're out for a cooperative working on a total of lighting and air quality. transportation officials say they're right on schedule with the fourth million dollar project. >> we are making tremendous progress. they will see a drastically different all of the future. this tunnel has 2 lanes but in addition will have a 2 ft. in sideshow and 8 ft. outside shoulder. it is expected to be open by the end of this year. >> caltrans crews are wrapping up work on the sprinklers inside the the oil i tunnel. it is the tunnel that leads to the golden gate bridge. the sprinklers accidently went off yesterday and ready causing slippery roads. officials said the system was triggered when workers were we to retain a that. >> late night commuters can expect to find one lane of southbound traffic inside the tunnel closed. it started last night and cont
who is liberal. what you fail to recognize is a major part of our culture, our asian culture pacific islander culture is the fact that we cherish our capuna those are our elders. we believe someone put it together we move together. we are a culture that really talk band care about each other. >> bill: that has nothing to do with what we are talking about. listen, did you see the report. >> yes. >> bill: do you remember hot correspondent was? >> no, i'm sorry i don't. other than the fact that it was you. that you were talking. >> bill: you don't remember the guy that we sent to hawaii who was talking to me on the set? >> >> no i don't remember that person. >> bill: do you remember seeing him on the set? >> no i don't remember seeing him on the set. >> it's hard to believe you saw the report with all do respect. >> i saw you. >> bill: he was with me and you didn't see him. >> i also saw the scenes that you put on your report. i saw those. >> bill: you saw them on media -- congresswoman just listen to me for a minute because i think you are a good person and a fair person. i don't belie
as latino or pacific islanders. >> they tied up a 73-year-old man and 76-year-old female. they brandished weapons at them. they take several items of personal property belonging to those individuals. they make the get away in their cars. >> they're shaken up understandably and you're concerned about them. because you never know who it could happen to, it could have been our house. >> reporter: license plate 5si2960. the family of the victim's say the couple is very upset and that the other items stolen were mainly electronics and jewelry. police say the victims were not seriously injured but -- >> obviously our concern in this case is if these suspects decide to do a crime like this that they escalate their violent behavior and perhaps injure or kill somebody. >> reporter: some neighbors also point out another violent crime involving at least two attackers occurred in the same neighborhood just hours before this incident. >> an elderly man was dragged out of his car and beaten pretty badly. >> reporter: police are still investigating whether the two incidents were related. in san jose, ro
or pacific islanders. >> they tied up a 74-year-old man and 76-year-old female. they take several pieces of property. and they make their get away in the victim's cars. >> they're shaken up understandably and you're concerned about them because you never know what that could have happened to. it could have been our house. >> the two cars are a green toyota highlander, and a tan colored toyota camry license plate 3ung960. the family of the victims say the couple is very upset and that the other items stolen were mainly electronics and jewelry. the victims were not seriously injured. >> our concern in this case is if these suspects decide to do another crime like this that they escalate their violent behavior and perhaps injure or kill somebody. >> reporter: some maybes also point out that another violent crime occurred in the same neighborhood just hours before the invasion. >> an elderly man was dragged out of his car and beaten pretty badly. >> reporter: police are still investigates whether the two incidents were related. and they're asking anyone who saw either incident to call police
a brazen robbery last night. investigators describe the men as latino or pacific islanders. >> they tied up a 74-year-old man and 76-year-old female. they take several pieces of property. and they make their get away in the victim's cars. >> they're shaken up understandably and you're concerned about them because you never know what that could have happened to. it could have been our house. >> the two cars are a green toyota highlander, and a tan colored toyota camry license plate 3ung960. the family of the victims say the couple is very upset and that the other items stolen were mainly electronics and jewelry. the victims were not seriously injured. >> our concern in this case is if these suspects decide to do another crime like this that they escalate their violent behavior and perhaps injure or kill somebody. >> reporter: some maybes also point out that another violent crime occurred in the same neighborhood just hours before the invasion. >> an elderly man was dragged out of his car and beaten pretty badly. >> reporter: police are still investigates whether the two incidents were relate
department from young people, from older people, from african-americans, from asian pacific islanders whites, latinos. everybody was there. it was effectively the rainbow coalition saying in honor of martin luther king jr.'s birthday we're going to give these guns back. >> cenk: the reason why i like it i think so many times those guns fire accidently. on gun appreciation day we had five people shot in three different shootings accidently. >> right. >> cenk: because they couldn't properly handle their weapon. but i'm curious about one funny thing. what did you do with the rocket launchers? did you also destroy those or say, let's keep those for the sheriff department. >> we ran the hell away from those things because we didn't know if it had a mind of its own. can you imagine confiscateing or surrendering a rocket launcher. >> cenk: who did that, and tell me that you tracked them. i know you're not allowed to. >> it was quite tempting, but the rules of the game happen to be no questions asked. just turn your weapons in. we will give you the proper amount of money that we agreed to pay and th
and pacific islander civil rights pioneers. >>> we have some new video into the ktvu newsroom of a fatal crash. >> the red and gold well it turns to green. the rush that is on to get just the right set [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >>> our coverage of the 49ers quest for a sixth super bowl championship continues now with a live look at san francisco and as you can see, there it is. the team's flag is flying high near the embarcadero. >>> and that red and gold means green for some bay area retailers. >> reporter: today it seems every few minutes people would come in and head back out with a new tv. perhaps it had something to do with next weekend's big game. >> our tv needs upgrading and we thought now would be a good time. we're having a bunch of people over next weekend. >> we're going to buy a 60-inch tv. >> 60-inch tv, for what
the world know that there are many asian-pacific island dreamers. he works with the api youth. educating them, inspiring them, lifting their voices to be heard. he is a patriot to the bones. salvador's dream is to join the military. to stand tall in america's uniform. to fight for the country that has given him so much. this has been his goal cent -- this is been his goal since he was a kid. he opened the door of opportunity for young people and pointed the way for by establishing important principles to guide immigration reform. immigrants must take personal responsibility for their actions. but as they do we must provide a meaningful path for it to become full members of american society. we have every right to enforce our laws and protect our borders. but we must balance this with the need to encourage the aspiration of america's immigrants. these are principles that the american people through their support behind in november. ps of the principles that must guide immigration reform in the coming months. with these principles in mind, we need reform built on the following six policy p
. the final speech, the chair recognizes bell, and that member of the dnc asian-american pacific islander caucus. >> thank you, madam interim chair. i hope you all can hear me. we went from the tallest to the shortest here. i have a challenge making sure i can fit the microphone. good afternoon, everyone. my name is bell, and i'm proud to join my fellow democrats in no , -- nominating the congresswoman for chair of the democratic national committee. as chair of the democratic national committee, asian-american and pacific islander caucus, i know from experience how committed chair debbie is in ensuring that all groups are represented fairly in our party. she understands that the diversity of our party is one of our greatest strengths, and dug her time as chair, she worked tierlessly to ensure all voices are heard in the democratic party. she really, really gets it. she's supported diversity in our party, not only in her words, but also in her actions. under her leadership, the dnc hired a chief diversity officer in the first time in the history, and there was a strong supporter of ensurin
undetermined factors, sights the presence of bruises on her body. she was found floating in the pacific island. lady gaga is taking heat for performing "alejandro" in vancouver, she was wearing a machine gun bra, she first wore that in the video single in 2010 but many are questioning wearing it again since she did so a month after the shooting in newtown. >> the point is as an artist she's edging and the timing i think in her particular case is very specific. >> and actual machine guns are banned in america. that's why. and lingerie and -- >> lingerie loopholes. >> lingerie loopholes the gun laws allow for. >>> miss new york was crowned as the new miss america, she'll join us in a couple of minutes to talk about her story, another inspiring contestant, miss montana, has a mild form of autism and competed. dr. sanjay gupta introduces us to alexis weinman in this week's "human factor." miss montana surrounded by more than 50 other beauty queens on stage all hoping to become miss america. for most of her early life she spent her time alone. >> i was quiet because i couldn't say anything right. i
, but did not changed significantly among asians, pacific islanders, and other racial groups over 18 year. a drop-in child asthma attacks could be linked to a smoke-free laws. according to a study done in england, there was a 12.3 percent fall in hospital admissions for childhood asthma in the first year after laws against smoking in enclosed public places and work places came into effect in july of 2007. similar anti- smoking legislation and the united states where it has also been linked to a reduction in child ask what emergencies. asthma affects more than 300 million people worldwide and is the world's most common children's chronic illness. >> it saves a growing number of callers are not getting their recommended vaccines on time. a new study found that a more than 300,000 u.s. kids born between 2004 and 2008, almost half were " under vaccinated " or their second birthday. in some cases parents chose to forgo shots recommended by the centers for disease control and prevention. researchers said that the trend is the cause for children because is not enough kids skipping their vaccines
, flagged in the pacific marshall islands. >> reporter: a bulk petroleum tanker that carried crude oil to the refinery and empty. that accounts for why the tanker was riding so high in the water. >> initial findings are that there is not any spill or discharge of product thine watt -- product into the water. >> the ship hit the base of the tower where the coast guard has a controlled tower. >> the vessel was not under the control of the coast guard, it is under the control of the pilot and the chip's captain. >> reporter: the skin of the ship was not torn. >> so there was not any penetration of the hull that we have found to date. the vessel is still sea worthy as far as we can tell. >> reporter: there is a 4,000- foot oil boom on stan by to be de-- stand by to be deployed if needed. coming out live again, it was riding high in the water because it wasn't filled with oil. reporting live, tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >> you can find the coast guard's statement and as well as a link to the route on www.ktvu.com. look under today's hot topics. >>> the fbi is taking over the job of fin
pacific, i have been spending a lot of time in a group of islands next to polynesia. there are rated as one of the happiest, but their economy has something like over 90% unemployment. but it is unemployment in the south pacific islands. [laughter] >> butt sticks and questions from the audience -- let's take some questions from the audience. >> step away from the mike so that everyone in the background can hear you. >> i have a question for larry. what do you see now that burning man is becoming a major cultural entity? what is your vision for the future? >> i think we're burning man is today is we started out on the beach with about four people. where it is today in relation to the future, we are ambitious. we have reason to be because we attract people from all over the world, the same type of people turning out for events in communities all over the world. we have communities on every continent, so now we want to turn around and do various things. we know the surest thing that transmits the values of our culture are these urgent experiences. so we are looking at -- we want to mult
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